Monday, June 18, 2007

Happy Father's Day....

Yesterday was a great Father's Day. George wasn't able to make it to church but we enjoyed our time together when we got home. I was a little distracted at church, I guess because of the day it was and not having George with me. It was just one of those moments when I wanted to be at home. No offense to any one at church and the message was great, I just felt divided.

Today was another long day for George. Radiation and then to the chemo room to put the chemo pump on. The only problem was, for some reason they didn't have him down for an appt. He received another 3 hour infusion of fluids and then they started his chemo pump. We met with Dr. Patten. George's liver enzyme levels are normal praise God!!! Months ago they were elevated and we went through the chemo directly to the liver and saw some improvement then. However, now the last two bloodworks have been completely in the normal range. God is good. At this point we welcome all good reports and stand on them and shout the praises.

Eight more treatments left. I am ready for George to be back to "GEORGE". He has been tired lately and not able to piddle in the garden or with the chickens.

PUSH in prayer....Pray Until Something Happens and then keep praying thru to VICTORY!!!!!

Love, RW

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